14 - 16 December 2010
THE PROPERTY OF A DUTCH FAMILY (415-416)
Fr. Wicart (active 1750-1799)
Portrait of colonel Leonardus de Jongh (1717-1778), three-quarter-length, in militairy costume and holding a map; and Portrait of Anna Elisabeth Geertruyd van Son (1726-1789), three-quarter-length, in a silver and white dress with lace collar and cuffs
signed and dated 'Fr. Wicart/1770' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
97.1 x 75.7 cm.
in a carved giltwood frame, circa 1900
a pair (2)
Ms. A.C. de Jongh van Son, by whom given to the Museum Kunstliefde, Utrecht, 1885.
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1928, from whom acquired by Mr. J.C. van Son, Breukelen, for his son J.L.S van Son and thence by descent to the present owner.
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A.D. de Vries, A. Bredius, Catalogus der schilderijen in het Museum Kunstliefde te Utrecht, Utrecht, 1885, no. 82.
E.W. Moes, Iconographia Batava, Amsterdam, 1897, nos. 4036 and 7385.
H.J.A. van Son, Genealogie van Son, 1913, no. 6.
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